Sky News
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They don't. They don't have thumbs. You need a bigger tablet. Thank you very much. Time now for the ups and downs of the week. Jenny. My up is Matt and Dave, who ran the marathon on Sunday.
Android Police
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Back when I used a Surface Pro 2 as my primary computer, I was quickly running out of space and needed more room. A 128GB microSD card set me back well over $100, and just a few short years later, the same capacity with faster read/write speeds is less than half the price. If you have a phone, tablet, Nintendo Switch, or something else with a microSD card slot, Samsung's new Evo Select cards are the way to go. They're pretty cheap - just $13 for 32GB, $23 for 64GB, and $44.99 for 128GB. Read More Samsung's EVO Select microSD cards are crazy fast and crazy cheap was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Daily Express - Technology
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They have got three choices so let's hope they don't swipe left. It is probably quite difficult for a rhino. They don't. You need a bigger tablet. Thank you very much. Time now for the ups and downs of.
Bristol Post
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Digital Trends
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There are more ways to mirror your smartphone or tablet on your TV than you might think. Check out our rundown of MHL for everything you need to know about the wired protocol and its convenient features that can take your phone or tablet up a notch. The post Meet MHL, the easiest link from your phone to your TV appeared first on Digital Trends .
TIME - Top Stories
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Compared with their windowed colleagues, they got 46 fewer minutes of sleep per night. Though the study looked at a small group of participants, its logic is in line with what scientists have long known about our sleep patterns. 3. Shut down that tablet You may find that reading before bed helps you wind down, but opt for a paperback over an iPad. A study in Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences found iPad readers had a delayed circadian rhythm, indicated by melatonin levels, of more than an hour. Further, participants who read from the iPad were less sleepy before bedtime, but sleepier and less alert the following morning after eight hours of sleep. Do your best to avoid electronics that emit blue light (yup, your phone counts) right before bed. 4. Nix the nightcap Alcohol may make you feel drowsy, but its bad for your sleep cycles.
Techradar - Reviews
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The Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is not your standard slate the device is targeted at those who usually slave away on an oil exploration project or work in the Amazonian tropical rainforest (as a biologist maybe). It is designed to be dropped, bashed about, and generally undergo all sorts of treatment that would pretty much be guaranteed to destroy any consumer-grade tablet. As such, this is no ordinary slate and shouldnt carry the same expectations as your average model. Thats also probably why Dell has yet to release a new version this one has been around for nearly two years and is still being sold despite having a Broadwell-based processor. Longer product cycles ensure that platforms mature slowly, especially as the capital investments involved are often an order of magnitude bigger compared to the consumer market.
The Sun Daily
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The eldest of four children from SK Pendidikan Khas Jalan Batu, here, took home RM1,000, a tablet computer, as well as a certificate. — Bernama
MacRumors
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AT&T today sent out emails to customers who continue to have a grandfathered unlimited data plan for the iPad , informing them that its unlimited status is essentially being eliminated on May 24, 2017. Going forward, customers with an unlimited tablet data plan may see their data usage throttled when using more than 22GB of data during a single bill period. According to AT&T, data may be slowed down during times of network congestion. While that's in line with AT&T's policy for its newly announced unlimited data plans , it's a big change for iPad owners who are not used to having a data cap in place. Prior to the change, iPad owners with the grandfathered unlimited plan have not been subject to restrictions. AT&T briefly offered unlimited iPad data plans after the original iPad was released in 2010, but phased them out just months later. Since then, customers who managed to purchase one of the plans have been able to hold onto them, making the unlimited plan highly coveted.
Digital Trends
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There are more ways to mirror your smartphone or tablet on your TV than you might think. Check out our rundown of MHL for everything you need to know about the wired protocol and its convenient features that can take your phone or tablet up a notch. The post Here's an explanation on MHL and how it works with your TV appeared first on Digital Trends .
Techradar
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If you use a tablet as part of your professional or academic repertoire, it's likely you also need an attachable keyboard . However, your options are usually limited by what keyboard can match your tablet's model or OS. For those who'd rather not buy a new keyboard every time they get a new tablet, Logitech has unveiled its Universal Folio , an attachable keyboard/case combo that fits virtually any 9 to 10-inch tablet. The Bluetooth 3.0 accessory can connect to iOS, Android, and even Windows-powered tablets, using an adjustable frame to secure your screen and repurpose the device into a laptop. The keyboard also hosts shortcut keys for media playback, volume, screen lock, or search, depending on the operating system. A stylus with a nifty holder is also present in the front for making the most of the touch screen on your makeshift 2-in-1 computer.
Sky News
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whether they, it's quite difficult for rhinos. They don't have thumbs. They need a bigger tablet to use. Thank you very much indeed, time enough for the ups and downs of the week. My up his Matt and Dave who ran.
Digital Trends
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The new Logitech Universal Folio is a case and keyboard dock combination that promises to work perfectly well with any nine or 10-inch tablet, no matter who makes it or which major operating system it is running. The post Protect your tablet with Logitech's new Universal Folio case, keyboard appeared first on Digital Trends .
Design Milk - Tech
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Both the Stammen and the Baggen thankfully play nice with Spotify Connect, Airplay, or Chromecast right out of the box; additional streaming options are made available via Bluetooth in both Classic and Low Energy 4.2 AVRCP + A2DP flavors. Those who never cut the cord (or connected it back with the purchase of a turntable) have the option to connect components through an aux cord hook-up. We had no issues switching back from streaming from the desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet whether using the Urbanears app, Airplay or Spotify. In theory, you could connect up to five Connected Speakers; we only had one unit to play around with, but for smaller rooms one should be more than sufficient. For those with larger spaces and budgets, multi-room playback is also joined by the option to pair two speakers in stereo mode for more accurate and immersive sound.
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PC Pro
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Battery: 10.5 hours Display: There’s a 12in FHD+ touch display with IPS, giving you a 2160x1440 display - Acer is also keen to point out it’s “wide 178-degree viewing angle.” Storage: 256GB or 512GB SSD and up to 8GB RAM; MicroSD card slot available too Ports: DisplayPort, HDMI, two USB 3.1 Type-C ports and three USB Type-A ports, as well as audio input for a microphone audio output for speakers and Bluetooth 4.0 Size and weight: (Tablet alone) 292 x 201.8 x12; 0.92kg Price: The Acer Switch 5 will be available in June with prices starting at €1,099. UK pricing TBC. Acer Switch 3: specs This is the more modest of the two. It's also the one more people are going to buy, purely because it's priced more competitively. It doesn't have the same high-end specs as its sibling, but it still looks great and makes for a perfectly good 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet.
Techradar
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Youve all-but perfected the smartphone with the iPhone , invented a new computing category with the iPad tablet, have embedded a voice assistant into enough gadgets to make Siri a household name, and have somehow encouraged an army of followers to accept the need to buy a junk-shops worth of dongles every time you tweak a product line. If youre Apple, king of the tech hill, where do you go next? The answer, it seems, lay with augmented reality. Specifically, Apple AR glasses seem to be the next big thing that Tim Cooks world-conquering tech brand is set to unleash upon the world. So what do we know about the rumored Apple augmented reality glasses so far? When will the Apple AR spectacles be released, and what could a pair of Apple AR glasses offer that the worlds current smartphone screens and VR headsets cant? Read on to find out! Cut to the chase What is it? A new Apple wearable, a pair of glasses making use of augmented reality tech.
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Want to run Android, but don't want to buy a smartphone, tablet or Android TV device? Then this may be the answer to your prayers: Google has teamed up with Huawei to deliver the HiKey 960, a Raspberry Pi style computer board that runs Android. Developed with teams at Google, ARM, Huawei, Archermind, and LeMaker, it was made primarily so that Android developers could code on a device using an ARM based chip like so many of the devices that run Android apps, rather than on Intel x86 chips. But while it's based primarily at developers, there's nothing stopping anyone running it as a straight Android computer. Top specs It's a powerful board too, in line with the top-end performance of Android's big smartphone hitters. The HiKey 960 has a Huawei Kirin 960 octa-core chip, which makes use of four high-performance ARM Cortex-A73 and four efficient Cortex-A53 cores.
Techradar
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Want to run Android, but don't want to buy a smartphone, tablet or Android TV device? Then this may be the answer to your prayers: Google has teamed up with Huawei to deliver the HiKey 960, a Raspberry Pi style computer board that runs Android. Developed with teams at Google, ARM, Huawei, Archermind, and LeMaker, it was made primarily so that Android developers could code on a device using an ARM based chip like so many of the devices that run Android apps, rather than on Intel x86 chips. But while it's based primarily at developers, there's nothing stopping anyone running it as a straight Android computer. Top specs It's a powerful board too, in line with the top-end performance of Android's big smartphone hitters. The HiKey 960 has a Huawei Kirin 960 octa-core chip, which makes use of four high-performance ARM Cortex-A73 and four efficient Cortex-A53 cores.